Stranger Things fan theories are becoming more interesting with Noah Schnapp weighing in on a long-running social media debate about his character Will Byers' gender preference.
Netflix has already confirmed Season 2, and fans are becoming more eager to pitch in their share of ideas to include in the continuation of the mysterious and exciting world of Stranger Things.
However, one of the most talked about theories that have surfaced -- even during the airing of the show's first season -- is a constant theme in the series which may not be as obvious but is definitely there: homophobia.
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One article from The Advocate writer Daniel Reynolds talked about how many Stranger Things characters that the audiences are rooting for are actually "queer" or gay.
"There are no obviously LGBT characters in Stranger Things, which was created by Ross and Matt Duffer (Wayward Pines). But one doesn't need a Hays decoder to ascertain that every character the audience roots for is queer in some fashion."
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Is Will Byers Gay? Noah Schnapp Breaks His Silence
After this article was shared over Reddit in July, many reacted and debated on which characters are straight and which ones are not.
On top of that, Redditors argued on whether or not Will Byers — the boy who got abducted by the Demogorgon — is gay and that the "Upside Down" is actually a metaphor for being "in the closet."
Outside Reddit, social media users have also talked about how Will Byers may be gay, sharing contradicting ideas. Because of this, Schnapp decided to break his silence and share his own thoughts on the matter over Instagram.
"I've been reading stuff for a while. I think everyone here is missing the point."